4 units • LG • Four hours lecture; one hour lab This course introduces the student to the essential elements of a routed and switched network. In addition a to basic routing and switching concepts and configuration, it covers VLANs, inter-VLAN routing, static routing, dynamic routing, OSPF, DHCP and NAT. Security is embedded in ACL and management of switch security. Both IPv4 and IPv6 implementations are also covered. This Cisco Academy course is the second of a four-part sequence to prepare for CCNA certification. Portions of instruction may be offered online..
Monterey Peninsula College
The Computer Science and Information Systems department offers comprehensive programs leading to transfer, vocational and job training in a number of areas. Degrees and certificates are offered in Computer Science and Information Systems, Computer Software Applications, and Computer Networking. The curriculum places emphasis on the general principles, concepts, skills and competencies required for future education and work in this field.
3 units • LG • Two hours lecture; three hours lab This course builds on the basic configuration concepts covered in CSIS 177. Advanced concepts in routing and switching including dynamic routing protocols OSPF and EIGRP and STP are covered. Configuration and troubleshooting skills are developed in the course. Portions of instruction may be offered online. Prerequisites: CSIS 177A (or CSIS 177)
4 units • LG • Four hours lecture; one hour lab The course introduces students to WAN concepts and the technologies used in WAN communication. Point-to-Point (PPP), Frame Relay, VPN, and NAT are introduced through interactive web-based course material and hands-on labs. This Cisco Academy course is the fourth of a four-part sequence to prepare for CCNA certification. Portions of instruction may be offered online. Prerequisites: CSIS 177A (or CSIS 177)